PERBEDAAN AGRESIVITAS ANTARA VEGETERIAN DAN NON-VEGETARIAN

Maya, Dian Mustika (2006) PERBEDAAN AGRESIVITAS ANTARA VEGETERIAN DAN NON-VEGETARIAN. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.

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Abstract

Vegetarian lifestyle is not new anymore for now. In fact there are two diet patterns that affect a person's life that is vegetarian and non-vegetarian. Today, adherents of a vegetarian lifestyle is growing. In any food containing the necessary nutrients the brain to produce a chemical substance as the base material neurotrasnmiter, which makes it possible to enhance the individual's mental tasks, the content of these nutrients will also affect the formation of emotional processes in the brain, especially the emotional aggression. Aggressiveness is the behavior of physical violence or verbal against other individuals or objects, aggression as behavior that is deliberately intended to injure another person (physically or verbally) or destroy property. Aggressive behavior that often appears in the media and sticking out in various corners of the country, not only due to mere social phenomenon, but is caused by three interrelated factors that influence organobiologis related to biological and genetic factors a person, who touched second psikoedukatif aspects of parenting and education since the age of the children in the family, child growth and development of psychiatric conditions; third is sociocultural and spiritual related to social conditions in society. This study uses quantitative methods, the population used is the student. Sampling methods that researchers use is purposive sampling, with the characteristics of adult students early, run a vegetarian diet or non-vegetarian at least 1 year. Sample totaling 66 people, methods of data collection that is used is to use measurement scales Aggressiveness. Data analysis technique used is the t-test with SPSS version 10.00 for Windows. The results showed no difference in the level of aggressiveness which is significant between vegetarian and non-vegetarian (t = 2.682, p <0.010), meaning that subjects who have non-vegetarian diet has a higher aggressiveness (mean 105.58) than the vegetarian subjects (mean 95.61).

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subjects: B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology
Divisions: Faculty of Psychology > Department of Psychology
Depositing User: Rayi Tegar Pamungkas
Date Deposited: 24 Jul 2012 05:35
Last Modified: 24 Jul 2012 05:35
URI: http://eprints.umm.ac.id/id/eprint/12993

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